Kent Rollins Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Last week, Shannon and I shared with you our three best Thanksgiving side dishes. Today, we’re going to show you how to bake an All-American classic Apple pie with a flaky, buttery crust and a homemade salted caramel sauce that will knock your socks off. Buttery, Flaky Pie Crust Now, there’s no shame if you’ve…

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Howdy, y’all and thanks for stopping by the backyard. It’s November now, and the weather is finally getting good and chilly today in Oklahoma. No dish is as comforting or satisfying on a chilly day like a hot, steaming pot of chili. I’ve shared my award winning Cowboy chili before, both on the website and…

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Mashed Taters

Folks, is there any food on God’s green Earth as comforting as mashed taters? I have been cooking at camp before where we ran out of almost everything we had, trying to make it through the winter, and we ended up eating taters three times a day. I was just trying to get calories into…

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Need a little break from the quarantine boredom? A friend of ours put together this crossword puzzle. So you can see how well you know Kent! Get the Printable Puzzle HERE

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Gingerbread is classic holiday flavor. Most of the time you get them in a cookie form… or a house, but today we’re changing it up. This is a skillet bake and it’s sort of a mix between a cookie, cake and brownie. It’s got a rich buttery flavor combined with ginger, clove, cinnamon along with other…

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He was covered all in sweat,As I tied my old horse there in the shade.He said, “An old horse that will stand more than five minutes,Oh, there ain’t never been one made.” He wore an old ragged pair of leggings,That had been cut off just below the knees.His old hands were hard and callused,And his…

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